How to Choose the Right Replacement Conservatory Roof for Your Home

A conservatory can be a beautiful, practical and valuable addition to your home, offering natural light, a space to relax and enjoy the outdoors, and a bliss transition to the garden. If you find yourself in this situation, it may be time to consider a replacement conservatory roof. There are many different materials to consider, not to mention style, maintenance and budget.

Start with style

When choosing a replacement conservatory roof, you must consider your home's architecture and personal preferences. From Gable to Victorian, Edwardian, Lean-to, P-shaped and Orangery conservatories, there's a range of roof styles to choose from, so it's essential to pick one that complements your home.

Material Matters

Next on the list is material. Depending on your chosen style, there are a few options available for replacement conservatory roofs, including uPVC, composite and tiled roofs. Compared to traditional materials like glass and polycarbonate, these newer and lighter materials offer improved insulation, noise reduction and energy efficiency. It's also important to think about maintenance - uPVC and Composite roofs are low maintenance and can last for several decades with minimal upkeep.


Cost is an essential factor. Some materials and styles may be more expensive than others, so choosing a roof that fits your budget is critical. At Smart Conservatory Solutions, we install roofs with two types of insulation – Celotex board & 19 layer superquilt® whilst you'll receive a ten-year insurance-backed guarantee and a choice of lightweight tiles with 40 Year manufacturer-backed warranty. Therefore, you can enjoy total peace of mind, knowing you're investing in the current and future whilst adding value to your home.

Energy Efficiency

It's important to choose a roof that provides adequate insulation to reduce energy costs. A poorly insulated roof can lead to increased energy bills and discomfort inside the conservatory. Make sure your roof provides adequate insulation to keep your conservatory warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Our solutions can reduce heat loss during the winter by 90 per cent!

Local Building Regulations

It's essential to choose a replacement roof that meets local building codes and regulations. This will ensure that the roof is safe and meets the necessary standards for your area. Planning permission is not required to install a solid conservatory roof, as you only replace a roof on your existing conservatory.

Professional Installation

Finally, hiring a professional conservatory roofing specialist is essential to ensure proper installation and a long-lasting roof. With a professional installer from Smart Conservatory Solutions, we have the knowledge and experience to install the roof correctly. We will also be able to advise you on the best materials and styles for your home.


In conclusion, a replacement conservatory roof is an investment in your home that will serve you well for many years, so choosing the right one is essential. To learn more about our solutions and how we can help you choose the perfect conservatory roof for your home, contact us on 01604 713335.


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